iPhone 5 Gets New Waterproof ATLAS Case From Incipio (With Warranty)

By Sumit Passary email: s.passary@mobilenapps.com | Jan 13, 2013 11:34 PM EST

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iPhone case maker Incipio announced the iPhone 5 ATLAS Waterproof Ultra-Rugged Case, which the company plans to release in February this year. Interestingly, the case also comes with a one-year warranty.

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Incipio claims that the innovative ATLAS case is waterproof, dustproof, drop and shockproof ,and includes a simple to use app and Device Warranty.

The one-year warranty covers your iPhone 5 and case from accidental damage and includes repair or replacement of the iPhone 5. A simple app will allow you to complete the warranty registration quickly after purchasing the case.

"Because protection is a top priority for the consumer and their active, daily lifestyle, it was important for Incipio to develop a case that users can enjoy in any environment. We have been delivering dependable protection for mobile devices for 13 years and are thrilled to announce this revolutionary, ultra-rugged case for Verizon® Wireless iPhone customers," said Andy Fathollahi, Chief Executive of Incipio.

The ATLAS case is water resistant up to 6.56 meters for up to 60 minutes of use and has a full IP-68 rating against dirt and dust. With the ATLAS case on, you can still access to all ports, buttons, and controls of your iPhone 5. The tempered glass of the case provides optical clarity and protection against harsh conditions and rough environments.

Incipio announced that the ATLAS case will launch next month at Verizon Wireless stores in the U.S. for $89.99 and will be available in White/Grey and Black/Black colors. Additional color combinations of the ATLAS case will follow.

Now when you are out with your iPhone 5 on an adventure trip and are looking for a case which will add protection to your smartphone from accidental drop, dust, water, and more, then you may consider buying the ATLAS case.

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